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Chef Prateek Sadhu brings a spicy taste Mumbai to London – 17-21st April

Prateek Sadhu, chef-patron of wilderness-to-table restaurant Masque in Mumbai, is bringing a taste of his innovative Indian cuisine to London as the guest chef at Carousel restaurant 17-21st April.

Sadhu – who trained at a range of North America and Europe’s best, including Alinea, Le Bernardin, The French Laundry and Noma – will host five evenings in Carousel’s open kitchen and communal nature dining room, collaborating with Head Chef Ollie Templeton and staff.


Sadhu and co-owner Aditi Dugar opened Masque in September 2016 with a commitment to using purely local ingredients to create sustainable dishes. Their dedication to sourcing sustainable and indigenous ingredients, and for using nearly every part of each ingredient in an effort to minimise food waste, saw Masque ranked among the top 10 on Food Tank’s 2016 list of restaurant innovators in the world. That same year, Sadhu was awarded most innovative chef of the year by the Western Culinary Association of India. Condé Nast Traveller India ranked Masque seventh on the Top Restaurant Awards 2017 list and named Sadhu chef of the year.

At Carousel, Sadhu aims to uphold this philosophy by using the highest quality ingredients and produce sourced entirely within the UK – apart from the native Indian spices he will bring with him. Starting on Tuesday, 17th April, each evening will boast a four-course seasonal menu with optional additional dishes, wine and cocktails. Tickets are priced at £39.50 per person. For tickets, visit or call 020 7487 5564.